An Oklahoma man threatened to "blow the f***ing White House up" and kill President Trump if his wife wasn't released from jail.
"You can't block the crosswalk."
"I thought the sign represented what is going on now, and we can't just stand quiet. I wanted to tell people we could stop it with voting."
"I'm talking to you right now. Have you ever been to John George?" the dispatcher says to 'BBQ Becky'. "It's a mental facility."
Alexander Hill, 31, allegedly lifted a Mercedes-Benz, clocked it at 100 miles per hour to shake pursuing cops and then launched it like a blazing missile into an apartment complex.
The employee said he didn't know the officer was involved in the shooting at the time and that he's made jokes to other officers as well.
"It's only now that I'm realising that we probably saved his life," one of the officers said.
The authorities thought they were responding to a man who was hallucinating.
The unidentified woman alleged that a group of black family and friends were breaking the law by barbecuing with a charcoal grill.
The Massachusetts man was sentenced to 28 years in federal prison for a scheme to behead police officers and a NYC woman.
The drugs bust resulted in officers throwing punches and pulling weapons.
The NAACP called the verdict "another trial for police violence; another officer acquittal."
An unlawful Chicago cop shooting would have been ignored had it not been for recordings.
Police corruption has been in focus since police officers were charged with kidnapping and murdering a Korean businessman.
Although there are no specific threats, authorities are providing heavy security for the annual New Year's Eve ball drop.
Under pressure, police chief says authorities can release dashcam and body camera videos without 'adversely affecting' investigation.